Hooray for me, high school is officially done and now I'm going to the next level!
Currently, I'm free 24/7 to do whatever I want, but I'll still limit my deviantART art to one day a week at least. I want to finish as much original work as possible before I go to college, because Lord knows how much free time I'll have to work on it, then.
The amount of dA involvement may change as soon as I get this ID issue straight and get a bank account so I can start up taking commissions, just to let you guys know that I hadn't forgotten!
Thank you for being patient and supporting me!
Well... now that that's out of the way, I want to say that my graduation was okay. I expected standing in line for an hour or two, but I didn't like how so many of us were in the small area we had to wait in. I was constantly getting bumped by people's handbags and crap, and it was so loud. I get that everyone's excited, but it's torture to have one of the loudest screamers right next to your face, blowing your ears out.
The arena we were in was ghetto as crap, too; I could barely hear the people speaking over the darn ceiling lights humming like they were going to burn out. It's not like I missed much though, there's a great chance that I heard it all before.
And I don't know about you guys, but I don't think you're supposed to get your actual diploma after the graduation is over. We walked across the stage and got our plaques, but my school is so disorganized we had to go find our own diplomas at the end of it all. I didn't even know that I had tassels to wear since no one told me at rehearsal (Which reminds me, my classmates' behavior when we had to get our things at rehearsal resembles the view of a store filled with frantic shoppers on Black Friday).
I also didn't like how they set us in certain groups without acknowledging said groups. Turns out that I was one of the top ten students of my class with the highest GPA scores. Did they acknowledge us? NO! Then it all would have been better if we were all put in alphabetical frickin' order! ...But seriously, though; I had no idea I was up there in GPA. Someone had to explain to me why I was placed in the front row since I didn't attend that Awards assembly the day before the first rehearsal (It wasn't mandatory, so I didn't care).
However, I can say that I enjoyed watching everyone be excited about graduating. I was basically stone-faced compared to everyone else but I was still happy. I had plenty of support from my family members who came from both sides, it felt good seeing them there (though my father's side was at least twenty minutes late ).
Oh, and one guest speaker straight-up dabbed out of nowhere at the end of his speech. I was mixed with hilarity because it was so random, and cringe because I hate the dab.
Just had to say that, you guys know I'm a ranter.